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Maybe some nice Makers' Mark in the reception room instead of that rot gut you guys are always serving. Maybe some Budweiser instead of that Black Label.
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Thanks for your sharingThanks for sharing this useful information. It's great.



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Some fleece toilet covers to keep our cheeks warm would be a nice touch. Quilted toilet paper would say, "Welcome!" to the most irriscible visitors. Also, perhaps you all could switch out the magazines in the men's room. I'm kinda tired of reading the same May, 2006 Cruising World.
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Hey CD, what about creating a "Technology" forum? I just welcomed a new member from Scotland (digitalforge) who is pimping a new iPhone app. I've downloaded a few of these myself after hearing about them here in various threads, but it would be great to have a centralized place where we could discuss this kind of stuff that's new and cool.

It could include the newest technologies in Wi-Fi, safety, survival, navigation, communications, etc. - things that may get lost in G&M or other forum's that aren't specific to technology.

Just a thought.
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Yeah. Doing Article Submission on high PR site is best. Do forum participation and Comment posting on Dofollow blogs.
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I like that idea. THen John, Andrew and Jeff get to do all the work!!

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No what I meant to say was, give Cruising Dad more work!

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Just a suggestion, but maybe you can start up a sub-forum where people can meet other people to get out sailing, such as someone looking for a captain with a boat to show them the ropes, or a captain looking for someone to go sailing with or just someone looking for a sailing partner. you could set it up by region. It would be a great way to find someone to go sailing with.
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